Full outsourcing expected to account for 25% of Perto's revenues in 2015

Tuesday, June 21, 2011

Brazilian banking automation firm Perto foresees sharp growth of its full outsourcing solution, coming to represent up to 25% of its revenues by 2015, news site Baguete reported.

Last year, the company billed 255mn reais (US$160mn). For 2011, the company expects a 20% increase to 320mn reais in revenues.

Launched in 2007, the solution develops, implements, monitors and administers banking terminals.

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One of Perto's clients for this service is Banco Regional de Brasília (BRB), where software interconnects with the bank's platform to control infrastructure and provide support.

The processes are performed remotely by a team in Perto's facility in Gravataí, near the city of Porto Alegre in southern Brazil. Software updates can also be done remotely.

Perto is active in the segments of banking automation, self-service terminals and payment systems. It also supplies cash dispensing mechanisms and depository mechanisms on an OEM basis.

Perto has its own sales and service centers in São Paulo, Rio de Janeiro, Brasília, Belo Horizonte, Salvador and Ribeirão Preto, and a certified network of authorized service providers that covers all of Brazil.

Its products are exported to 25 countries, including Peru, Chile, Argentina, Brazil, the US, Spain and Germany.